Judy Casale

School Psychologist

Mrs. Casale is the contracted School Psychologist at Oregon ELC. She is also currently employed by Oregon City Schools. Mrs. Casale has a total of 19 years in the school psychology profession working with Special Needs children and their families.


Dan Dippman

Lead Teacher

Mr. Dippman taught for 37 years at Genoa High School in the Social Studies department. He graduated with a Bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of Toledo. He has been married to his wife, Terry, for 34 years and they have 1 son and 1 daughter and 3 grandchildren.



Doug Dippman

Assistant Director

Mr. Dippman worked for thirty-eight years in the Oregon City Schools. He taught mathematics at Fassett Junior High School and Clay High School for 25 years and was a guidance counselor at Clay High School for the last 13 years. Mr. Dippman has been married to his wife Debra for 35 years and they have three daughters. He is also the guidance counselor at the Eagle Learning Center.


Julie Felder


Mrs. Felder graduated from the University of Toledo with a Bachelors of Education and Masters Degree in Guidance and Counseling. She taught 1st & 2nd grades at Staff Elementary for 9 years and was a guidance counselor for 15 years at Fassett Middle School and 7 years at Clay High School. She also worked at the University of Toledo, Child & Adolescent Psychology inpatient hospital for 35 years. She enjoys traveling with her husband and being with family and friends. She likes to knit and read as well!


Jolene Kopena

English Teacher

Mrs. Kopena graduated with a Bachelors of Education and Masters of the Arts in Spanish from the University of Toledo. She has taught English, German, and Spanish at Genoa High School for 35 years. She also taught at Clay High School, Eastwood and Delta. She is married and has twin boys. She enjoys scrapbooking, crocheting and reading.



William Pasztor


IN MEMORIAM 1947-2010 Mr. Pasztor taught P.E. and was the Adapted P.E. Specialist with the Oregon City Schools for 36 years. Mr. Pasztor was the Oregon Eagle Learning Center director for 4 years.

Christine Paul

Office Manager/Secretary

Ms. Paul has a Bachelors degree in Healthcare Administration with a Business Minor from Bowling Green State University. She has worked in healthcare for 6 years and was the Youth Minister at St. Wendelin Catholic church from 2016-2019. She has also been an instructor for Basic Life Support (BLS) and First Aid for 11 years.



Tom Pickerel

Mathematics Teacher

Mr. Pickerel graduated with a Bachelor of Science and a Masters of Guidance and Counseling from Bowling Green State University. He taught mathematics at Genoa High School for 40 years. Mr. Pickerel has been married to his wife Elaine for 44 years. They have 4 sons and 3 daughters.


Coming Soon

Ann Marie Pumphrey

Intervention Specialist

Mrs. Pumphrey is the Intervention Specialist at Eagle Learning Center. She is working with Special Needs children and their families.


Dave Scharer

Lead Teacher

Mr. Scharer received a Bachelors of Education in Comprehensive Social Studies at the University of Toledo and a Masters of Educational Leadership from Concordia University. He taught social studies for 1 year at Elmwood High School and 34 years at Clay High School. He has been married to his wife, Karen, for 35 years. They have 3 daughters and 2 grandchildren.


Michael Timmons

Lead Teacher Director

Michael Timmons has a Masters Degree in education and has worked 15 years with Genoa Area Local schools, 20 years with the Oregon City schools and has been with the Oregon Eagle Learning Center since its inception. When not working, he enjoys spending time and traveling with his wonderful family, which include his wife, three children and five grandchildren.


Kristin Wamer

Art Teacher

Mrs. Kristin Wamer works for the Oregon City Schools for the past 27 years to present.  She is a Visual Arts Instructor at Clay High School and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics with Teacher Certification in Visual Arts K-12 from Bowling Green State University  along with a  Master’s in Education in Visual Arts from the University of Toledo. She is a life-long resident of the Oregon community. She is also the art teacher for Eagle Learning Center.


Joe Wasserman


Mr. Wasserman was employed by Oregon City Schools as a teacher and principal assigned to Coy Elementary for 27 years. He earned his Bachelors degree in Education and his Masters degree in Administration/Supervision both from the University of Toledo. After Coy Elementary, he was recruited to be the City of Oregon Parks and Recreation Director; a position he held for almost 15 years prior to coming to ELC. He has been with ELC for almost 3 years with this school year employed as the Director/Superintendent. He has been married to his wife, Connie, for 41 years, raising 4 children (2 girls/2 boys) now enjoying a total of 10 grandchildren.



Kim Williams-Jones

Employability Coordinator

Mrs. Jones is the Employability and Work Study Coordinator at the Eagle Learning Center. She teaches employment skills, child development, and keyboarding classes. She also coordinates all of the vocational education classes at Eagle Learning Center. Mrs. Jones has a BCJ from Tiffin University. She previously taught employment and life skills classes to youth and adult offenders and their families. She is married with two little girls.


Board of Education

Please call 419-720-2003 to contact any board member.

Please email ELCBoard@oregonelc.org to contact the board as well.

Suzanne Brewer, President
Irwin Young, Vice President
Gary Breier
Yvonne Thoma-Patton
Gerry Wilson


It is with great sadness we announce the death of the Oregon Eagle Learning Center’s director, Mr. William Pasztor. Bill had been ill for many months, but that did not stop him from being totally dedicated to the center and its students.
Bill’s desire and vision to help young people reach their goals led to the inception of the Oregon Eagle Learning Center. Over the past four years, Bill has been devoted to the success of ELC students. He felt great satisfaction and pride when a student earned his/her high school diploma.
Bill’s positive attitude and invincible spirit will be missed in the lives of all who knew him.